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Spotted Seal Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 35 pictures in our Spotted Seal collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

View of Kanaya (Kanaya no zu) (colour woodblock print) Featured Spotted Seal Print

View of Kanaya (Kanaya no zu) (colour woodblock print)

5043851 View of Kanaya (Kanaya no zu) (colour woodblock print) by Kunisada, Utagawa (1786-1864); Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, UK; ( No. 25 in the series, with background based on Hiroshige?s design for the First Tokaido. On band of pink clouds stands a woman in a white-spotted green kimono and a red obi leaning on a samisen, box to her left, travellers and porters crossing yellow sandbank and distant mountains beyond. Publisher: Moriya Jihei (Kinshind?). Signed: Gototei Kunisada ga. Censor's seal: Kiwame. Publisher's seal: Mori.
Fifty-three Stations of the T?kaid? Road (T?kaid? goj?san tsugi no uchi)); Japanese, out of copyright

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Tigers and Leopard Frolicking, 1700s. Creator: Unknown Featured Spotted Seal Print

Tigers and Leopard Frolicking, 1700s. Creator: Unknown

Tigers and Leopard Frolicking, 1700s. This monochrome composition depicts a tiger and her young playing at stalking one another in a stand of pine. Tigers, considered messengers of mountain spirits in Korean shamanism, were a common subject of folk painting in the later Joseon dynasty. Leopards were mistakenly thought to be baby tigers, which explains why the cat peering around the tree trunk at its mother is spotted. The title, signature, and seals at the upper left of the painting may have been added at a later date. The signature, "by the mountain recluse of Honam," may refer to a painter from former Jeolla province

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